Author: knycx

The Celebration of Sling 100!

Lately, the SG50 is celebrating the country’s independence (since the expulsion from Malaysia in on 7 August, 1965). Since then the two countries walked separated paths. I have seen friends sharing light mapping videos, signs and banner are all over town. Weather is unpredictable. Weather could be quite predictable in Singapore. Stuffed and humid in

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The Gaudi’s Muse

Antoni Gaudi’s organic and unique style in architecture has influenced the world profoundly and I admire his work so much for a long time. “Organic” is such a great, and truthful word to describe Gaudi’s work. He regarded a building as a human body covered with skin, the structure itself were flesh and bones, so it’s curvy, and it has an element of randomness to the way he created art. He had lived a long life and left the world many great works to appreciate – most of them are in the Mediterranean city Barcelona.

Step into Kusama’s World

The park is just getting more special – Yayoi Kusama is a world-recognized avant garde modern artist and her polka dots could be spotted and recognized by many many art-lovers in a heartbeat.

Outside the café you there is a pop-up gift shop and exhibit of Kusama’s exhibit imageries; something that art fans should not be missed! http://wp.me/p5Lw9a-co

Playing with the Sun – Kota Kinabalu!

Summer is coming and it is good news for sun-lovers. I, personally, prefer cold than hot but I do sometimes enjoy lying under the summery sun, listening to the sound of the waves and going for some exciting sports like surfing! There are lots of cool destinations in the Southeast Asia, too! Kota Kinabalu is a very popular vacation ‘hotspots’. I was once spent a couple of days there just to enjoy and relax.